A pretty mediocre offering, A Mermaid’s Tale is best reserved for when all other entertainment options have been well and truly exhausted.
Totally quite solid, Red Dog: The Early Years works well as a prequel for those familiar with the brand, and decently enough for newcomers too.
Though it’s ultimately quite disposable, at the end of the day, Fun Mom Dinner is, unexpectedly, actually rather fun.
It can’t live up to The Fifth Element, and Dane DeHaan is hilariously miscast, but there’s a lot to love in Valerian – a wild and inventive adventure.
The most deplorable work of corporate backslapping to hit cinema screens In years, the worst aspect of The Emoji Movie is that it’s not entirely unfunny.
Unambitious in anything other than the slack-jawed zombification of pandered-to young girls, You Can Tutu but you can’t fake interest.
A bit pale next to something like Gone Girl, Wakefield is nonetheless an engaging little pot boiler.
Painfully hilarious, admirably sincere, The Big Sick gives Kumail Nanjiani his moment to shine, and shine he does in this brilliant cultural rom-com.
Even if you could physically see the horribly lit 47 Meters Down, it’d still be one of the dullest mainstream survival thrillers of recent years.